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Date December 27, 2019 
Title It's Back ... Splendid, Inexpensive Côtes Du Rhône - 'Les Notes De Louis' 

Dear Arthur’s Cellar Wine Club Member:

We were able to secure the last 20 cases of the terrific 2017 ‘Les Nôtes de Louis’ Côtes du Rhône from Domaine Giuliani and they are now available at This big, bold, sassy wine from the Southern Rhône pairs wonderfully well with anything coming off the BBQ or from your favourite pizza palour.

Per usual, I’d be pleased to order for you. Just let me know what you would like and to which LCBO store you want it sent.

2017 ‘Les Notes de Louis’ Côtes du Rhône – 15.0% Alc./Vol. LCBO Product No. 866210       $18.40 the bottle

This glorious Côte du Rhône is made from almost 100% Grenache - and the Giulianis are very, very talented Grenache growers. And, I can’t over-emphasize how good the 2017 vintage is. This robust beauty is a brilliant ruby colour and exhibits a pronounced, lively nose of raspberries, plums and cherries. In the mouth these persist, accompanied by black currents and hints of pepper and licorice. It is big and wonderfully round and supple with silky tannins and surprising length. This stunner will go marvellously with savoury tarts and grilled meats. While drinking well now, it will keep nicely for at least three or four years. This is terrific stuff.

Follow My Vinous Adventures on Gentleman’s Portion

I have contributed more than forty-five posts about my experiences in the wacky world of wine to a delightful lifestyle blog called Gentleman’s Portion. The latest is called Sussing Out the Succulent Southern Rhônes.Please join me and my fellow contributors, Nigel Napier-Andrews and David Moorcroft, as we regale you with a good helping of everything great in life.

Please pass this note on to anyone you think would enjoy some well-priced and absolutely delicious Côtes du Rhône (is there anyone who wouldn’t?).


Jim, Hélène and Kate